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Home > Tutorial > ASCII to hex value chart
 
ASCII to hex value chart
 
Dec Hx Oct Char Dec Hx Oct Char Dec Hx Oct Char Dec Hx Oct
Char
0 0 000 NUL (null) 32 20 040 SPACE 64 40 100 @ 96 60 140 `
1 1 001 SOH(start of heading) 33 21 041 ! 65 41 101 A 97 61 141 a
2 2 002 STX (start of text) 34 22 042 " 66 42 102 B 98 62 142 b
3 3 003 ETX (end of text) 35 23 043 # 67 43 103 C 99 63 143 c
4 4 004 EOT (end of trans.) 36 24 044 $ 68 44 104 D 100 64 144 d
5 5 005 ENQ (enquiry) 37 25 045 % 69 45 105 E 101 65 145 e
6 6 006 ACK (acknowledge) 38 26 046 & 70 46 106 F 102 66 146 f
7 7 007 BEL (bell) 39 27 047 ' 71 47 107 G 103 67 147 g
8 8 010 BS (backspace) 40 28 050 ( 72 48 110 H 104 68 150 h
9 9 011 AB (horizontal tab) 41 29 051 ) 73 49 111 I 105 69 151 i
10 A 012 LF (NL New Line) 42 2A 052 * 74 4A 112 J 106 6A 152 j
11 B 013 VT (vertical tab) 43 2B 053 + 75 4B 113 K 107 6B 153 k
12 C 014 FF (NP new page) 44 2C 054 , 76 4C 114 L 108 6C 154 l
13 D 015 CR (carriage return) 45 2D 055 - 77 4D 115 M 109 6D 155 m
14 E 016 SO (shift out) 46 2E 056 . 78 4E 116 N 110 6E 156 n
15 F 017 SI (shift in) 47 2F 057 / 79 4F 117 O 111 6F 157 o
16 10 020 DLE (data link escape) 48 30 060 0 80 50 120 P 112 70 160 p
17 11 021 DC1 (device control 1) 48 31 061 1 81 51 121 Q 113 71 161 q
18 12 022 DC2 (device control 2) 50 32 062 2 82 52 122 R 114 72 162 r
19 13 023 DC3 (device control 3) 51 33 063 3 83 53 123 S 115 73 163 s
20 14 024 DC4 (device control 4) 52 34 064 4 84 54 124 T 116 74 164 t
21 15 025 NAK (negative acknow.) 53 35 065 5 85 55 125 U 117 75 165 u
22 16 026 SYN (synchronous idle) 54 36 066 6 86 56 126 V 118 76 166 v
23 17 027 ETB - end of trans.block 55 37 067 7 87 57 127 W 119 77 167 w
24 18 030 CAN (cancel) 56 38 070 8 88 58 130 X 120 78 170 x
25 19 031 EM (end of medium) 57 39 071 9 89 59 131 Y 121 79 171 y
26 1A 032 SUB (substitute) 58 3A 072 : 90 5A 132 Z 122 7A 172 z
27 1B 033 ESC (escape) 59 3B 073 ; 91 5B 133 [ 123 7B 173 {
28 1C 034 FS (file separator) 60 3C 074 < 92 5C 134 \ 124 7C 174 |
29 1D 035 GS (group separator) 61 3D 075 = 93 5D 135 ] 125 7D 175 }
30 1E 036 RS (record separator) 62 3E 076 > 94 5E 136 ^ 126 7E 176 ~
31 1F 037 US (unit separator) 63 3F 077 ? 95 5F 137 _ 127 7F 177 DEL
 
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